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STALIN'S HAND IN SPAIN

Party all told. Spanish trade unions and all the strong revolutionary groupings, syndicalist, anarchist, Party of Marxist Unity, and socialist, remained obstinately anti-Communist. The Spanish Republic, after five years of existence, still refused to recognize the Soviet Government and had no diplomatic relations with Moscow.
Notwithstanding this, the Comintern organized mass meetings and collected funds all over the world for the Spanish Republic. From the Soviet Union it dispatched as soldiers to Spain scores of foreign Communists who, outlawed in their own countries, had been living as refugees in Russia. Stalin was glad to get rid of them.
To a few veteran leaders of the Comintern, still inwardly devoted to the ideal of world revolution, the fighting in Spain brought new hope. These old revolutionists really thought the Spanish civil war might once more kindle the world. But all their enthusiasm produced no munitions, no tanks, no planes, none of the war supplies for which Madrid was pleading, and with which the Fascist powers were supplying Franco. The real function of the Comintern at this time was to make enough commotion to drown the louder noise made by the silence of Stalin.
The revelations of German and Italian aid to Franco, and the desperate appeals of the Spanish revolutionary leaders for help, seemed not to penetrate the Kremlin walls. The civil war in Spain developed into a huge conflagration and still Stalin made no move. A constant stream of devastating reports came in to me at The Hague, and I steadily relayed them to Moscow. Although the Spanish Government in Madrid was in possession of the £140,000,000 gold reserve of the Bank of Spain, its efforts to buy arms

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